After putting about 5000 hours into this game its safe to say that Im experienced with this game and even after all these years of experience Rust is still my personal favorite game, eventhough we have had our fair share of breaks; with its monthly and weekly updates the game stays fresh and with no end in sight when it comes to content. There's so incredibly much to do in this game. As you start out you'll be overwhelmed and you'll want to quit, but that is eventually what seperates the full-kits from the nakeds. If you're not sure you should try this game, try it, but thread lightly, you'll find out sooner or later this is the most addictive survival game on the gaming market. GLHF
Its crazy how a game can sometimes be so fun and so frustrating at the same time. I have more than 3000 hours on the game, I am still not very good at pvp but for some reason, I really like trying my best to get the most I can, as a solo or with a team, I always have fun. I have been playing it the past 3 years and ive seen a lot of people complain about the updates we get but personally, every update we have had has been fun and gives us a better time, even if they havent fixed some of the problems there are. The bad side of the game is more because of the players. There are really nice people in the game, but its true most are toxic, although this is an aspect of the game and how brutal it can be, and in my opinion it makes it fun. It all goes down hill when the players start cheating and ruining everyone elses experience. When I get killed and lose all my stuff, its frustrating but i know its part of the game, but when a cheaters takes everything from you, there is nothing you can do and thats what has ruined the game for me a couple times. Other than that, I love the game and will keep on playing it.
For those who are willing to put the time in and stick with it, Rust provides both a social sandbox and a deep, functioning crafting system. At times, it feels like anything is possible in Rust; like witnessing players double-crossing one another or stumbling upon a small sheet metal city in the desert.
Rust is still as addictive as it was. Maybe, because of its early success, we expected more from it, and in that case it can be disappointed. It still needs to be polished and improved, but at its core, Rust is a great crafting and survival game.
At the center of Rust lurks something fascinating, with the Wild-West sense of lawlessness and the exploration of trust and betrayal that emerges when trying to survive. Yet Rust’s habit of tripping over its own feet makes it difficult to get to those fascinating stories. As the survival genre continues to mutate and create compelling experiences generate exciting player-driven stories regularly with little frustration, even Rust’s most compelling feature feels sadly archaic.
Great game, loved playing it, sure the players are bad sometimes, but that's not the games fault, I had a great time grinding while fighting. Game-play and graphics are great, I think that other people that put negative reviews just get killed a lot and are the salty kind, which I have been like there. But yeah, 10/10 would recommend to everyone! :)
Dentro de los aspectos positivos del Rust encuentro que:
Gráficamente el juego es muy bueno y no tan exigente, Las Skins para las armas, outfits, etc. están muy chulas.
Tiene buenas mecánicas para un juego de supervivencia como el conseguir los recursos construir tu casa/base y a lo largo del mapa existen npc,s bastante interesantes como comerciantes, animales, etc.
Además de ser un juego muy ligero en espacio, abarcando apenas unos 20gb en la memoria ssd.
Dentro de lo Negativo encuentro que solo este enfocado al PVP, por una parte esta interesante pero también muy frustrante porque puedes perder con mucha facilidad tu progreso.
Los mundos **** mucho en cargar.
Stagnant meta, poor performance and nonsensical poorly implement or thought out updates.
One of those survival games that never actually left early access.
No efforts have been made to bring fresh air to its battleroyale-esque death match quick snowballing meta.
There hasn't been any major PvE content or new gun in years and what's already there is hardly working or balanced.
The survival mechanics are entirely neglected and easily ignored.
Every update makes the game worse in various aspects or flops so hard that people forget it even exists after a week.
The developers are a self-published small indie studio and they HAVE a public testing environment to throw new ideas at but they don't utilize it at all.
In fact they have only just recently (April 7th 2022) started collecting player analytics with that all but confirming that they had only surface level knowledge of how people play the game really puts the past 9 years of updates and missing balance patches into perspective.
Changes are small and always out of left field it's often questionable if they are working on the game at all or spending all their time on a new project.
It takes actual years of constant **** for the developers to fix glaring issues with them seemingly not understanding the problem in the first place.
This looks like a lack of passion and direction.
Rust has only made it this far because of its unique blend of core mechanics and the fact that a highly punishing game like this attracts a player base that isn't easily scared off by 1 bad change a month.
Of course those unnoticed monthly bad changes stack up and I'm confident in saying that the game is in a much worse state now than it was 2 years ago.
Neat concept. Gathering and building is fun, but the game is buggy and unfinished. Cheaters and hackers are rampant and break the game. It's basically unplayable until they address it. Skip this game...
SummaryRust is a survival game created by Facepunch Studios. Inspired by games like DayZ, Minecraft and Stalker – Rust aims to create a hostile environment in which emergent gameplay can flourish. The aim of the game is to survive. To do this the player should gather resources. Hitting a tree with a rock will give you wood, hitting a rock with ...